Bluster out of weakness 
Every time Robert Abela states that he has shown
Rosianne Cutajar to get minimum €30,000 golden handshake, despite having been sacked
Disgraced former parliamentary secretary Rosianne Cutajar – forced to
Standing up for human rights, only when it suits us
China’s brutal dictatorship is without doubt one of the
Maltese government silent on whether it will seek access to German purchase of Dubai tax data leak
Malta government spokespeople have failed to respond to questions
Greylisting: Over 100 companies blame weak, selective rule of law – survey
When employers were asked why they thought Malta was
New anti-money laundering agency for Europe
The EU is planning to create a new anti-money
Suspected Indian fraudsters on the run used Henley and Partners to seek foreign passports
Two Indian fugitives suspected of involvement in a €640
Revenue from gambling industry drops by 41% in pandemic year
Figures published in the annual report of the Malta
Transport operator challenges ‘illegal’ secret ferry concession to Zammit Tabona – Bianchi Group
Updated to include ‘Right of Reply’ received from Marsamxetto
Prison shouldn’t be a death sentence
A young woman died on 4 July. A 29-year
Calls for justice and protection of journalists following attempted murder of Dutch reporter
Following the shocking attempted murder of Dutch investigative reporter
Alarming rise in prison suicides, unexplained deaths, signal inhumane treatment of inmates
Last week, we learned that yet another prisoner under
Jose’ Herrera turned property developer while environment minister
National Heritage Minister Jose’ Herrera was busy ripping up
The ruin of dishonesty
“We didn’t deserve it”. “Only three countries wanted us
No fiscal receipts from infrastructure minister’s family restaurant
Receipts obtained by The Shift confirmed that Barbajean, the
How positivity ebbs
The ever positive former prime minister Joseph Muscat is
The Malta horror show, starring Nuxellina and friends
Standards Commissioner George Hyzler’s shocking report into MP Rosianne
Repubblika calls on Labour administration to ‘publish all government contracts since 2013’
Civil society NGO Repubblika spared no criticism for Prime
Cutajar couldn’t refund property commission because she’d ‘already spent her share’
Damning testimony from Rosianne Cutajar’s associate, the ‘sensar’ Charles
Our measure of justice
Justice should be an important virtue in any society.
Labour weakened our clout
Have you heard of the man who looked forward
Moves by unnamed Maltese investors to acquire ownership of Sicilian football club
A group of anonymous Maltese investors, who last week
#FreeAssange: embattled Wikileaks founder turns 50 while still detained in a UK prison
Wikileaks founder and journalist Julian Assange, who first became
Justice is not revenge
The horror of Miriam Pace’s killing at the hands